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    In the article Rosenblatt seems to portray the man in the water as an ethically responsible hero by showing that one person can save the lives of others by doing the simple concept of risking his lives in order to help the people around him in the current time. This illustrates that any man can do something in order to save others at the cost of his or her’s life. When I was younger around the age of eight or nine I went to the beach and I Was able to see a person be ethically responsible and save another person’s life, this person was the lifeguard in the station there he saw someone start to flail their arms around and eventually sink he was able to go there pull this person out and save her life. This proves that anybody can be ethically responsible, of course…

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    In the essay "I am Writing Blindly" by Roger Rosenblatt, he describes the great value writing has on people. Rosenblatt claimed that "we exist by storytelling- by relating our situations..," which is what makes us have freedom and have the ability to communicate with people even after death. The usage of the different stories in the essay portrays the necessity of writing, that'd be before dying to leave a mark of remembrance or to prove a point by storytelling. Therefore Rosenblatt's examples…

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    First draft: Rosenblatt Summary and Response In “We Are Free to Be You, Me, Stupid, and Dead” Roger Rosenblatt discusses the views of freedom of speech. He uses examples to show different people’s views on freedom of speech. He also adds his own opinion throughout the article. I may or may not agree on some of the views. Do some people have limits on their own freedom of speech? People think they know how much freedom they can tolerate. How far will someone go using their “freedom”? Rosenblatt…

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    American Dad Stereotypes

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    profit off of an animated series that depicts American reality. But does Seth MacFarlane achieve this in the episode that first aired on Fox’s Animation Domination? The first American Dad episode called, “Pilot” which earned a 7.5 rating in Adults 18-49 and a total of 15.1 million viewers. The episode opens with a white middle class family together at breakfast with the children arguing about the significance of a degree from a community college and makes an incest remark. Quickly into the…

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    money alone (Ripley). It would seem logical, due to this money being donated and raised to support the ones left behind, to split it evenly within those that will receive it. Yet it was still divided by occupation and those that had a higher up position, received the most. It seems almost uncomprehend able as well, that the families would them sue for more money to keep up with their life style, given that their deceased loved one was so much more higher up socially. (Ripley) No person’s…

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    America Mexico Again

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    Fox News published an opinion piece titled Make America Mexico Again: Why Americans are fed up with illegals.” This news story discusses the issue of illegal immigration from Mexico. According to Britannica.co, Fox News was created by Robert Murdoch who “enlisted television producer and former Republican political consultant Roger Ailes to oversee the new network, and Ailes’s business acumen and political leanings became closely associated with its eventual success.” Fox News trademark slogan…

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    no freedom at all. The learning system that I though of was playing charades with the characters we learned in English class. It may sound simple, because it is, but it allows students to become more naturally attached to the characters. When people play this game they get to experience the character as they would in the books, but this time in the real world. Instead, read what the character does or say, people actually hear and see what they do, and it would make those characters more natural…

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    Have ever seen the James Bond movies or books before? While watching a movie have you ever thought “I don’t agree with that?” You want to know the opinion on this movie? People have families and live together with happiness. Some people do not have families and live alone because they decided not to get married. Some people around me who does not have families say it is really comfortable being alone, if they have to care about someone else it is too much effort. Also it is uncomfortable. There…

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    Muhammad Ali in 1967 stood up for what he believed in when he refused to be a part of the United States Army, even though it was against the law. Roger Goodell has recently been criticized for what he thinks is the right amount of time to suspend an NFL player for their wrong doings. When Ali and Goodell made these decision’s, they tested people’s ideas, shaped their knowledge and they attempted to build a community through their actions. Ali had no fear when it came to standing up for what he…

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    JoJo Henderson Ms. Gay ENGL 1301.22 20 Oct. 2015 Textual Rhetorical Analysis: “Goodell Defends Redskins’ Name” In the last seventy-five years there have been effortless attempts by protesters to rid the Washington football organization of the “Redskins” nickname. In 2013, protesters were assisted by ten U.S. Congress members in the effort to strip the organization of their beloved mascot. These congress members wrote a letter filled with their concerns to Roger Goodell (NFL Commissioner)…

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